Published Feb 19, 2005
Anyone know how long it takes for the testing to go through to the California BRN and for them to give you your license. I took the NCLEX this past Tuesday and have been checking all week long to see if my license will appear. I'm beginning to think that I failed the exam. My friend who took the boards the week before me received her results within 48-72 hours. I sure hope they're just taking a little bit longer for some strange reason.
I am doing the same thing you are! I took the test on thursday 2/17 and am checking ALL the time for any sign of my name! I am not sure when they post them. I have heard it takes anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks for the online results....grrrr...
nurstudnt546, BSN, RN
Thanks for the response *PICURN*. Two WEEKS!!!? Ugh!! That's going to seem like two months of waiting!!! Oh well, at least it still gives me hope that I passed the NCLEX ... I was really thinking that I failed because it's been more than 2-3 days and yet my name is not posted yet. I suppose we'll be waiting ever so *anxiously* together!!!
i know.....its going to be the longest wait of our lives!!!
please keep me posted if you hear anything!!!!!
Hi *PICURN*! I just wanted to let you know that my results finally posted! I PASSED! Yay! I'm officially an RN. They finally posted my license on the BRN web site. I'm not sure what the hold up was but I don't care anymore.
Now I'll wait patiently for you to tell me your good news as well.
Congatulations.I took my nclex 2/15/05. Which website exactly you find your result quickly?:)
Hi eperey. I took my boards the same day you took yours. I went to the California board of registered nursing and clicked on "Permenant License Verification" (located on the lower righthand side). Then entered my name and ran a search - if you passed the NCLEX, your name and license number show up. Here's a link:
Hope it brings you good news as well!! :wink2:
Hi eperey. I took my boards the same day you took yours. I went to the California board of registered nursing and clicked on "Permenant License Verification" (located on the lower righthand side). Then entered my name and ran a search - if you passed the NCLEX, your name and license number show up. Here's a link:http://www2.dca.ca.gov/pls/wllpub/wllqryna$lcev2.startup?p_qte_code=RN&p_qte_pgm_code=7800Hope it brings you good news as well!! :wink2:
Thanks for that helpful link. Well, my name isn't yet. Will it take a bit longer or hope no more? What do you think?
Hi I was just wondering if anybody knows how long it takes for the board to send you the result through mail and through the website? I took mine last 2-15 and up to now my name is not listed yet at the website...nor any mail yet. Is it also possible to get the letter before they post your name? Thank you!!!I am beginnning to worry because its been more than a week
uggh still waiting....although now i know WHY I'm still waiting...they got my transcripts TODAY (umm graduated in DECEMBER whats the hold up?!?!) so they can't process my test results until my file was completed (which happened today)....so uggh now i have to wait MORE...great.
wow, they let you take it without your transcripts. I had to wait for them to get my transcripts before I got the ATT. They also didn't receive my first set of transcripts so I had another expressed out (with delivery confirmation). It must be a pretty common occurence. I hope to hear the good news from you soon!!!
eperey, I'm sorry that you have to wait longer to find out. I actually found out from one of my classmates that the California BRN was having technical issues and somehow was not able to post names/new licensees on their web site (she had taken them on Feb 10th and waited almost two weeks for her results/license to be posted on their site! :uhoh21:).
I know the wait is stressful, so let's hope that is the case and that soon you'll also be seeing your name as well, let me know. :)
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